CCA boys’ volleyball team ties for 3rd in Vahalla Tournament

Front row (left to right): Asst. Coach Jesse Ridgway, Head Coach Michael Ortiz, Byrne Belden, Alex Buchanan; Back Row (left to right): Keelan Smith, Garrett Yelmene, John Alkibay, Brandan Loye, Max Moore, Tad McCardell; Not pictured: August Staubus and Daniel Waizman

The Canyon Crest Academy Boys Volleyball Team finished tied for 3rd in the Gold Division at the Valhalla Tournament losing to eventual champions Grossmont High School.  This result comes on top of winning the consolation division in the Scripps Ranch Tournament.   Senior Outside Hitter Tad McCardell was named to the All Tournament Team in both tournaments.  Sophomore Setter Alex Buchanan was named to the All Tournament Team at the Scripps Ranch Tournament.  The team is coached by Michael Ortiz and Jesse Ridgway.

CCA (18-8) is currently in 2nd place in the Coastal League.  This will be their last year in the Coastal League for CCA.  Next year they move up to the Palomar League.

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